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Losing weight the Ayurveda way (part 1) – Ayurveda | Everyday Ayurveda
(Stay tuned tomorrow for the second half of this two-part series) At our most recent Mudita Health Retreat, we had a lot of women come along who were concerned about their weight. They didnt necessarily want to lose weight but they obviously didnt want to gain any. Good for us, not so good them The boys were rather confused by this.
At our most recent Mudita Health Retreat, we had a lot of women come along who were concerned about their weight. They didn’t necessarily want to lose weight but they obviously didn’t want to gain any. They were power-walking every morning, didn’t miss a Yoga class and they didn’t actually eat very much. We had more leftovers than ever before! Good for us, not so good them…
The boys were rather confused by this. Especially Doko. He thought that most people (like him) would set aside such concerns when faced with the sheer beauty and deliciousness of Stephen Galpin’s food! He just couldn’t fathom that a fear of gaining weight could have more sway over someone’s mind than the joy of eating.
But I totally understood. Despite maintaining a similar weight for almost 10 years now without thinking about it or ever having to diet, I can still remember feeling like this. For me, my fear of gaining weight was intimately connected to a fear of losing control… a fear of not really knowing what to do… a fear of the inevitable deprivation that would ensue if I had to go on a diet… and a fear of the inevitable weight gain that would come again once I was off the diet!
But Ayurveda saved me from all that. My fear of gaining weight has completely relaxed now because…
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Losing weight the Ayurveda way (part 2) – Ayurveda | Everyday Ayurveda
This is a continuation from yesterdays article, Losing weight the Ayurveda way (part 1). Be sure to read it first for Nadias introduction to the topic and her discussion of option 1: gradual weight loss. If you want/need to lose weight quickly, the fast method is pretty much the same as the gradual one but is slightly more dramatic. So what Im really talking about is living on: split moong daal soup with veggies vegetable soups daals made from split moong daal vegetable subjis vegetable stirfrys moong daal flour pancakes buckwheat flour pancakes and papaya as a snack.
I’m not a lover of losing weight quickly because I associate any strict regimes with dieting and that isn’t so good for my psyche. But not everyone has the same issues as me. And of course, some folks need to lose more weight… and a kick start can help them to stay motivated.
If you want/need to lose weight quickly, the fast method is pretty much the same as the gradual one… but is slightly more dramatic. It involves eating VERY LIGHT food for 1-2 weeks before moving back to the GRADUAL OPTION.
When I say VERY LIGHT, I mean predominantly moong daal and vegetables with herbs, spices and oils and avoiding all meat, dairy and most grains apart from buckwheat (which technically isn’t a grain anyway) and all fruit apart from papaya. So what I’m really talking about is living on:
Again, to help your Agni along the way and eliminate excess Ama, make sure you have a ginger tea in the morning before breaky and sip boiled water or herbal teas throughout the day.
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